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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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confirmation

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1 1, 43 | utility consists in the ~confirmation and propagation of the faith 2 1, 43 | utility consists in the ~confirmation and propagation of the faith 3 2, 35 | else. Moreover we find ~a confirmation of this in natural movements. 4 2, 69 | The eighth beatitude is a confirmation and declaration of ~all 5 2, 69 | the eighth beatitude is a confirmation of all the ~beatitudes, 6 2, 100 | themselves; and an oath for confirmation is the end of all their ~ 7 2, 102 | of the New Law, such as ~Confirmation, Extreme Unction, and Matrimony, 8 2, 102 | priests. To the sacrament of Confirmation, ~which is the sacrament 9 2, 108 | indissoluble Matrimony. He promised Confirmation ~through the sending of 10 2, 111 | Body Para. 3/4~Now the confirmation of such things as are within 11 2, 111 | upon ~arguments; but the confirmation of what is above reason 12 2, 5 | the ~angels before their confirmation in grace, and man before 13 2, 5 | the angels before their confirmation in grace, or ~in man before 14 2, 12 | uses the ~name of God in confirmation of a falsehood.~Aquin.: 15 2, 17 | first state before their confirmation, or ~unhappy before their 16 2, 45 | A[8] Body Para. 2/2~In confirmation of this we find that the 17 2, 86 | are added as a sort of ~confirmation of the vow, namely, pronouncement 18 2, 86 | certain resemblance to the ~confirmation of the blessed. Hence, Augustine 19 2, 87 | taken for the ~purpose of confirmation. Now speculative propositions 20 2, 87 | speculative propositions receive ~confirmation from reason, which proceeds 21 2, 87 | is called to witness in ~confirmation of something future, and 22 2, 87 | not this, but rather the confirmation of ~some assertion. Therefore 23 2, 87 | calls God to witness in confirmation of what he says. Now nothing ~ 24 2, 87 | name of God is taken in confirmation of a promise. Hence what 25 2, 87 | useful indeed as a means of confirmation, yet the greater the ~reverence 26 2, 87 | employed for ~the purpose of confirmation. Now it is competent to 27 2, 87 | man's assertion needs no ~confirmation save because there is a 28 2, 87 | certain ~that they need no confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 29 2, 88 | name, which he invokes in confirmation of his ~promise, binds himself 30 2, 96 | the end of an oath is the confirmation of a ~human assertion. To 31 2, 96 | human assertion. To this confirmation falsehood is opposed: since 32 2, 120 | taking of God's name in confirmation of a man's word by ~way 33 2, 139 | the temperate man finds confirmation of the rule forbidding ~ 34 2, 169 | miracles, as a kind of confirmation of the prophetic utterances. ~ 35 2, 170 | Now ~prophecy is a sign in confirmation of faith; wherefore a gloss 36 2, 172 | the announcement and the confirmation by miracles. Accordingly 37 2, 176 | because it is directed to the confirmation of faith, ~secondly, because 38 2, 176 | ways: in one way for the ~confirmation of truth declared, in another 39 2, 176 | never work ~true miracles in confirmation of their teaching, although 40 3, 29 | miracles that are wrought in confirmation of the Faith should be ~ 41 3, 31 | that are ~wrought for the confirmation of faith' but what is most 42 3, 43 | First ~and principally, in confirmation of the doctrine that a man 43 3, 44 | because His miracles were ~in confirmation of His doctrine. But there 44 3, 55 | designate any sort "of reason in confirmation ~of what is a matter of 45 3, 63 | the ~sacraments." In a way Confirmation also is ordained for the 46 3, 63 | character, namely, Baptism, ~Confirmation, and order.~Aquin.: SMT 47 3, 65 | sacrament corresponding to Confirmation and Extreme ~Unction. Therefore 48 3, 65 | spiritual life there is Confirmation, in ~which the Holy Ghost 49 3, 65 | absence of spiritual life; Confirmation, ~against the infirmity 50 3, 65 | against concupiscence; ~Confirmation, to Fortitude, being ordained 51 3, 65 | perfection, belongs to ~Confirmation: while, as regards the attainment 52 3, 65 | OBJ 4: In the sacrament of Confirmation we receive the fulness of ~ 53 3, 65 | a spiritual food; while Confirmation is ~compared to growth. 54 3, 65 | Therefore the Eucharist precedes Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 55 3, 65 | regeneration, comes first; then Confirmation, which is ordained to the ~ 56 3, 65 | Eucharist can be placed before Confirmation, as Dionysius places it ~( 57 3, 65 | minister. But the sacraments of Confirmation and ~order are conferred 58 3, 65 | character, viz. Baptism, ~Confirmation and order; whereas the Eucharist 59 3, 65 | while a man ~is perfected by Confirmation, so as not to fear to abstain 60 3, 65 | order comes ~first; while Confirmation holds a middle place. The 61 3, 65 | compared ~to Penance, as Confirmation to Baptism; in such a way, 62 3, 65 | Reply OBJ 2: By order and Confirmation the faithful of Christ are ~ 63 3, 65 | sacraments, just as order and Confirmation have a certain excellence ~ 64 3, 65 | necessary. For in a sense ~Confirmation perfects Baptism; Extreme 65 3, 66 | specially: (1) Baptism; (2) ~Confirmation; (3) the Eucharist; (4) 66 3, 72 | TP Q[72] Out. Para. 1/1 - CONFIRMATION (Q[72])~OF THE SACRAMENT 67 3, 72 | 72])~OF THE SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION (TWELVE ARTICLES)~We have 68 3, 72 | consider the Sacrament of Confirmation. Concerning this ~there 69 3, 72 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether Confirmation is a sacrament?~(2) Its 70 3, 72 | Whether the character of Confirmation presupposes the character 71 3, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether confirmation is a sacrament?~Aquin.: 72 3, 72 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that Confirmation is not a sacrament. For 73 3, 72 | But we read nowhere of Confirmation being instituted by Christ. ~ 74 3, 72 | same spiritual drink." But Confirmation was not ~foreshadowed in 75 3, 72 | man can be saved without Confirmation: since children that are 76 3, 72 | confirmed, are saved. Therefore Confirmation is not ~a sacrament.~Aquin.: 77 3, 72 | conformed ~to Christ by Confirmation, since we read nowhere of 78 3, 72 | spiritual regeneration: while in Confirmation man arrives at the perfect ~ 79 3, 72 | fulness of innocence; but in ~Confirmation He confers an increase of 80 3, 72 | therefore it is ~evident that Confirmation is a special sacrament.~ 81 3, 72 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Confirmation is the sacrament of the 82 3, 72 | salvation; and thus ~it is that Confirmation is necessary for salvation: 83 3, 72 | OBJ 4: Those who receive Confirmation, which is the sacrament 84 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Confirmation perfects, in a way, the 85 3, 72 | not seem so necessary in Confirmation, which ~is conferred only 86 3, 72 | Whether the sacrament of Confirmation imprints a character?~Aquin.: 87 3, 72 | seems that the sacrament of Confirmation does not imprint a ~character. 88 3, 72 | unbelievers by the sacrament of Confirmation, for this ~is the effect 89 3, 72 | imprinted by the sacrament of ~Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 90 3, 72 | character is imprinted ~in Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 91 3, 72 | Christian life, so also is Confirmation a certain spiritual growth ~ 92 3, 72 | therefore by the sacrament of ~Confirmation man is given a spiritual 93 3, 72 | lives to himself: whereas in Confirmation he ~receives power to do 94 3, 72 | imprinted in the sacrament of ~Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 95 3, 72 | therefore the character of Confirmation is a distinctive sign, not ~ 96 3, 72 | not in the soul. But in Confirmation, since it is a sacrament 97 3, 72 | Whether the character of Confirmation presupposes of necessity, 98 3, 72 | seems that the character of Confirmation does not presuppose, ~of 99 3, 72 | character. For the sacrament of Confirmation ~is ordained to the public 100 3, 72 | Therefore the character of ~Confirmation does not presuppose the 101 3, 72 | answer that, The character of Confirmation, of necessity supposes the ~ 102 3, 72 | reason of this is that, Confirmation ~is to Baptism as growth 103 3, 72 | receive the sacrament of Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 104 3, 72 | receiving the sacrament of Confirmation: just as he can ~also receive 105 3, 72 | none receive the ~effect of Confirmation, without the desire of Confirmation. 106 3, 72 | Confirmation, without the desire of Confirmation. And man can ~have this 107 3, 72 | received the effect ~of Confirmation miraculously: but not the 108 3, 72 | but not the sacrament of Confirmation. Now ~it has been stated ( 109 3, 72 | ad 1) that the effect of Confirmation can be bestowed ~on man 110 3, 72 | For just as the ~effect of Confirmation, which is spiritual strength, 111 3, 72 | justification, so the sacrament of ~Confirmation presupposes the sacrament 112 3, 72 | grace is not bestowed in ~Confirmation, which is given to none 113 3, 72 | fulness of innocence; but in Confirmation ~He confers an increase 114 3, 72 | that "men ~should come to Confirmation fasting; and should be admonished 115 3, 72 | death, yet the graces of Confirmation are necessary for those 116 3, 72 | those who are to ~conquer. Confirmation arms and strengthens those 117 3, 72 | even children dying after Confirmation obtain greater glory, ~just 118 3, 72 | to the whole man. But in Confirmation we are strengthened for 119 3, 72 | heart." But the sacrament of Confirmation is required as a sign of ~ 120 3, 72 | not stand for a ~man in confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 121 3, 72 | font, or stand for them in ~Confirmation," etc. Therefore, just as 122 3, 72 | not stand for another in Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 123 3, 72 | efficacious ~than the sacrament of Confirmation: since it bestows full remission 124 3, 72 | And this ~sacrament of Confirmation is, as it were, the final 125 3, 72 | whereas by ~the sacrament of Confirmation, like a house already built, 126 3, 72 | that "those who come to Confirmation should be fasting"; and ~ 127 3, 72 | sacraments," viz. Baptism and Confirmation, "are so closely connected ~ 128 3, 72 | to defer the sacrament of Confirmation to other seasons also.~Aquin.: 129 3, 73 | Therefore, since both ~Confirmation and the Eucharist are ordained 130 3, 73 | not a sacrament, ~since Confirmation is one, as stated above ( 131 3, 73 | Baptism is by ablution, and ~Confirmation by signing with chrism. 132 3, 73 | spiritual generation; and Confirmation, which is spiritual growth: 133 3, 73 | such perfection belongs to Confirmation. The ~other is the perfection 134 3, 75 | substance of chrism in ~Confirmation. Therefore the substance 135 3, 79 | belongs to the sacrament of ~Confirmation, as stated above (Q[72], 136 3, 79 | fashion from the sacrament of Confirmation, in which ~grace is increased 137 3, 84 | to Baptism, or chrism to Confirmation. But it is to be observed 138 3, 84 | as to punishment, and in Confirmation, wherein ~the fulness of 139 3, 84 | thee," and the form of ~Confirmation is: "I sign thee with the 140 3, 84 | sacrament, but not in Baptism or Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 141 3, 84 | made in ~the sacrament of Confirmation, wherein the fulness of 142 3, 84 | Holy Ghost which belongs to Confirmation that an ~imposition of hands 143 3, 84 | sacrament, e.g. in Baptism, Confirmation, and Extreme Unction; ~whereas 144 3, 84 | is the ~spiritual birth, Confirmation which is the spiritual growth, 145 3, 84 | yet he would need Baptism, Confirmation, and the ~Eucharist; even 146 3, 85 | the case in Baptism and Confirmation. Wherefore, since virtue 147 3, 85 | rather than Baptism or Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[85] A[ 148 Suppl, 18| minister, as may be seen in Confirmation, ~and then the sacramental 149 Suppl, 29| Hier. ii), this belongs to Confirmation and the ~Eucharist. Therefore 150 Suppl, 29| only, ~as may be seen in Confirmation. When, however, the signification 151 Suppl, 29| that ~this sacrament and Confirmation were not instituted by Christ 152 Suppl, 29| as Extreme Unction and Confirmation. This opinion seems so much 153 Suppl, 29| of Extreme ~Unction and Confirmation, which are not necessary 154 Suppl, 29| character in Baptism and ~Confirmation, transubstantiation in the 155 Suppl, 29| matter, for instance in Confirmation, whereas this is not ~done 156 Suppl, 29| anointing, whereas the matter of Confirmation cannot be implied by the ~ 157 Suppl, 30| regard to the ~Eucharist and Confirmation (TP, Q[73], A[7]; TP, Q[ 158 Suppl, 30| occur in the Eucharist and Confirmation. Again it diminishes the 159 Suppl, 30| sacraments or order and ~Confirmation, as there is in this sacrament. 160 Suppl, 30| The unction of orders and Confirmation, is the unction of ~consecration 161 Suppl, 31| in an anointing, just as Confirmation does. ~Now none but a bishop 162 Suppl, 31| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Confirmation imprints a character, whereby 163 Suppl, 34| iv, D, 24), just as in ~Confirmation. But the matter of Confirmation 164 Suppl, 34| Confirmation. But the matter of Confirmation requires to be consecrated ~ 165 Suppl, 35| necessity the character of Confirmation?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] Out. 166 Suppl, 35| presupposes the character of ~Confirmation?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 167 Suppl, 35| presupposes ~the character of Confirmation. For in things subordinate 168 Suppl, 35| middle. Now the character of Confirmation presupposes that of Baptism 169 Suppl, 35| Order presupposes that of ~Confirmation as being in the middle.~ 170 Suppl, 35| received the ~sacrament of Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 171 Suppl, 35| order does not presuppose Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 172 Suppl, 35| presupposes the character of ~Confirmation as congruous but not as 173 Suppl, 35| receive the sacrament of Confirmation, whereas the ~character 174 Suppl, 35| whereas the ~character of Confirmation does not enable a man to 175 Suppl, 37| done by anointing as in Confirmation. Now in Confirmation the ~ 176 Suppl, 37| in Confirmation. Now in Confirmation the ~character is imprinted 177 Suppl, 37| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In Confirmation there is not given the office 178 Suppl, 38| higher than the sacrament of ~Confirmation. Now a bishop alone confirms. 179 Suppl, 39| imprinted, namely Baptism and Confirmation. Therefore in like manner 180 Suppl, 40| OBJ 2: Further, just as Confirmation and the other Orders are 181 Suppl, 40| character is imprinted in ~Confirmation, and the other Orders. Therefore 182 Suppl, 40| cannot dispense, namely Confirmation and Order. ~Therefore the 183 Suppl, 43| things are added only in confirmation of the promise, ~and consequently 184 Suppl, 46| Heb. 6:16), "An oath for ~confirmation is the end of all . . . 185 Suppl, 46| An oath is employed in confirmation of one's words; ~wherefore 186 Suppl, 56| imprinted in order as in Confirmation. ~But spiritual relationship 187 Suppl, 56| it does not result from Confirmation but only from Baptism.~Aquin.: 188 Suppl, 56| sources besides Baptism and Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 189 Suppl, 56| blessed salt and ending with Confirmation given by the bishop: ~and 190 Suppl, 56| catechism, Baptism and ~Confirmation, but these do not apparently 191 Suppl, 56| sacraments only, namely ~Confirmation and Baptism, and this is 192 Suppl, 56| tendency. To this is ~likened Confirmation, whereby man being strengthened 193 Suppl, 56| holds the ~candidate for Confirmation, stands in the place of 194 Suppl, 56| holds the candidate for Confirmation contracts spiritual relationship.~


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